Fragrance Q&A With Me: Scent Hoarding is a Good Thing
Fragrance Q&A With Me: Scent Hoarding is a Good Thing

Fragrance Q&A With Me: Scent Hoarding is a Good Thing

I’ve always been a fan of fragrance, but when I started interning at the niche fragrance site a few years back, my obsession exploded. Writing about fragrance has also become a passion of mine and I try to take on projects that allow me to speak to the power of scent, invoking a sense of what the fragrance is going to smell like, even if you’ve never caught a whiff.

Fast forward almost six years in the beauty industry later, and my fragrance collection has gotten a little aggressive (though, in my defense, it has been downsized greatly). So much so that the ladies over at TW&TR wanted to talk to me about it.

They asked me about scent memories, my current rotation and which place I wish I could bottle and bring with me everywhere (hint: I talked a bit about it here). To reach more about my love for parsley, Bali and all things Chloé, read my full interview here.

Curious about my full fragrance rotation? See below:

Givenchy Hot Couture, Prada Candy Kiss, Elie Saab Resort Le Parfum, Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh (limited edition), Maison Martin Margiela Replica Lazy Sunday Morning, Hermès Ambre des Merveilles, Valentino Valentina Oud Assoluto (limited edition), Calvin Klein Reveal, Dior Miss Dior Le Parfum, Chloé Eau de Parfum, Chloé Love Story, Chloé L’Eau de Chloé, Givenchy Dahlia Divin, Dolce & Gabbana Dolce, Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb (limited edition), Petal Perfume Oil in Forget Me Not, Guess 1981, Atelier Cologne Grand Néroli, Marc Jacobs Mod Noir, Sarah Jessica Parker Lovely

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